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Madison's Small-Town Charm

serene landscape in madison, tn

Madison is a small community in Nashville that is adored by residents for its convenience, its friendly neighbors, and its history. It has thrived since the 1910s; today, residents live in an area that is steeped in history and the unique culture of the Nashville region, but it brings a distinct flavor all of its own. 

Community is central in Madison. Neighbors look out for one another, and long-time residents remain charmed by the area. If you are looking for the perfect "hometown," Madison is where you will find it.  

Convenient To Everything

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Just a few miles from the heart of Nashville and close to many major roads in the area — including Gallatin Pike, Dickerson Road, Briley Parkway, I-65, I-24, and I-40, just to name a few — so you are never far from where you want to be, whether it's the airport, top Nashville attractions, or your favorite local restaurant. 

These roads make commuting to work, traveling to Nashville, and running errands simple for Madison residents. 

Best Things To Do In Madison

Amqui Station 

Revisit the roots of Madison at this historic train station, which was built in 1910 and preserved with the help of music legend Johnny Cash. Today, the old station has been transformed into a museum, documenting Madison's heritage and the history of the American railroad.   

Rivergate Mall

Madison has two distinct areas: Downtown Madison and Rivergate; the Rivergate area is where the Rivergate Mall is located. This is a premier shopping center with national retail favorites, large department stores, and plenty of nearby restaurants to choose from. 

Madison Real Estate & Residential Profile

Population (2010 Estimate): 37,316

Males: 16,740

Females: 20,024

Median Resident Age (Males): 37 years

Median Resident Age (Females): 40 years

Zip Codes

37115, 37207, 37072

Estimated Median Household Income (2010): $49,718

Estimated Median Home Value: $90,500

Make the Move to Madison

Residential real estate in Madison varies, with home values ranging anywhere from the low $100,000s for comfortable, single-story homes to over $300,000 for spacious houses by the river. Historic properties as well as new construction homes are currently available for sale. 

Discover your dream hometown — contact me at 615.390.5247 or kristy@kristyhairston.com and make the move to Madison.  

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